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Innovative design of locking nut minimises thread wear, aids removal

TR Fastenings : 10 April, 2013  (New Product)
Following considerable research and development, TR Fastenings has refined and developed the popular and versatile Binx Nut to create a new all-metal, self-locking nut suitable for use across numerous industry sectors. No bigger than a standard full nut, the Binx Nut’s ingenious design incorporates two opposing cantilevers which lock into the mating part with inward and downward pressure, thus minimising thread wear and enabling the nut to be removed and replaced repeatedly whilst retaining torque resistance.
Innovative design of locking nut minimises thread wear, aids removal

Available off-the-shelf in a number of different materials and sizes, TR’s Binx Nuts are a good choice for design engineers where vibration resistance is a priority. Furthermore, these pioneering new fasteners are unaffected by temperature fluctuations or contaminants, making them ideal for a range of applications, such as electrical and domestic appliances and locomotive.

The Binx Nut is one of a wide range of self-locking components offered by TR Fastenings, which also includes Nylon insert nuts, Tri 5 and Tri 6 nuts, Hank-loc and Wun-Loc nuts, available from stock and in a wide range of sizes, from M3 to M36, and materials, such as mild steel, brass and stainless steel.

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